Slip on your walking boots or saddle up on your bicycle and enjoy the surrounding areas of natural beauty that Maesgwyn has to offer. Head back to Sunday lunch in the open plan farmhouse kitchen and then retire with a good read in the cosy snug or soak in the bubbles of the private outdoor hot tub. Sleeping 10, Maesgwyn Farmhouse is ideal for a large family gathering or a walking holiday with friends.
Maesgwyn is a spacious and contemporary 16th century farmhouse set over three floors, located on a working farm near Knighton in Wales. With rolling countryside views, trails to explore right from the doorstep and pets welcome, it is the perfect base for those seeking exploration. Including all the modern comforts to soothe those aches upon your return.
Traditional features such as rustic wooden latch doors contrast with contemporary decor to make Maesgwyn Farmhouse a homely holiday location. Set out over three floors, it benefits from 5 charming bedrooms including one on the ground floor. Cook up a celebratory meal on the large range cooker and enjoy in the open plan kitchen and dining space. Then retire to the beamed sitting room to play a board game or two against the warming woodburner. Or those seeking solitude can cosy up in the snug with a good read.
The outside patio is an ideal sociable space with luxurious hot tub to relax away the hours. Feast on a barbeque, mellow in the peace and tranquillity and soak in the picturesque views of the Welsh countryside. The property also boasts a surrounding garden. Up to four well behaved dogs are welcome at Maesgwyn Farmhouse and there is a wealth of trails to explore right from the doorstep should you wish to venture out.
For the foodie lovers who wish to delve into the local cuisine, The Radnorshire Arms based in Beguildy only 4 miles away serves delicious food and real ales, all complete with a warm welcome. History enthusiasts will enjoy the village of Knucklas with an imposing viaduct built in 1865, complete with an impressive 13-arch span. Why not leave the car behind and venture further afield by train?
Just over the Welsh border are the Shropshire Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. So we’d suggest pulling on the walking boots and enjoying all this spectacular region has to offer!
Best Choice For…
A walking holiday with friends
Why it should be on your Wanderlist
To enjoy unspoilt views with your loved ones